Monthly Archives: May 2015

Salvation Army marks 150th anniversary with celebrations and events in Nottingham

Nottingham’s William Booth Birthplace Museum will host events to remember Salvation Army’s 150 years of charity service.

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Erewash residents IPAD Scheme Hailed as Great Success

Three tablets set up in the village of Cotmanhay in order to engage locals has been praised for its positive impact

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Six million pounds spent on new cycling routes for Nottingham

Nottingham City Council has revealed how it plans to spend £6.1 million pounds in improving facilities for cyclists in the city.

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Paracetamol challenge: Teachers warn pupils about new craze

The paracetamol challenge has potential deadly consequences as youngsters dare each other to take more than the recommended dosage.

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Government crackdown on the “legal highs” that produce the devastating lows

Government plan’s will see a crackdown on the availability of ‘legal highs’ after an increase of deaths in the UK.

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Diabetes road show rolls into Loughborough

The Know Your Risk – Diabetes UK Roadshow bus is visiting Loughborough to raise awareness about the condition and offer free check ups.

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Celebrating the wartime role of Nottingham’s black community

The Nottingham Black Archive has organised a celebration of the contribution of Commonwealth countries in the two World Wars.

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